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Feb 14, 2013 12:00pm PST
happens. >> reporter: for julien, the thrill of teaching was a tribute to michael jackson. it was called thrill the world. flash mobs around the globe performed the same routine simultaneously in 2009 to honor the late king of pop. julien had such a great time dancing he and four other participants co-founded bay area flash mob that same year. >> we wanted to share the love with as many people as we can. >> reporter: every two months he leads a new street performance. they also have fundraisers that benefit charities like bay area children shelters, music programs and the american cancer society. >> the biggest reward is to see people smile during the class and the actual flash mob. >> reporter: when julien isn't working full time as a software engineer he is usually leading two-hour flash mob classes for free at a studio in san francisco south of market. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: in videos and in class, he breaks down the routine into manageable steps for some 1500 flash mob members. many of them first time dance students like reena patel. >> he is amazing. he puts a lot o
Feb 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
former neighbor who died five years ago. that's wayne jackson. he is a convicted child molester. he was interviewed at the time collins disappeared. yesterday, police named him as a person of interest in the collins case. >>> tonight, san jose mayor chuck reed will deliver his state of the city address. one big item on the agenda will be public safety. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran found out what else people in san jose would like to hear from the mayor. >> reporter: the city of san jose had its share of roadblocks over the past year. neighbors have seen an increase in crime and members of a police force looking to move out. not to mention the hot topic of pension reform. >> what we need is really a reality check and the reality of the situation is that the city is not doing nearly as well as it should. >> reporter: we sat down with mayor reed this morning to get a preview of the state of the city tonight. despite the city's challenges, he is optimistic and knows there's work ahead. >> we still have a lot of work to do. we have three billion dollars in unfunded liabilities for retiremen
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